Low Plank Top Table

c. 1880
$2,480 USD
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W: 75.5" D: 15.5" H: 25.5"
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This low-profile rustic table was originally used in a provincial, Qing-dynasty home as a versatile surface for cooking, dining or drinking. Made of northern Chinese elmwood (yumu), the table has a plank-top surface and straight splayed legs connected by simple stretchers. A sign of its age and use, a rich patina cloaks the table's surface adding fantastic texture and character to the piece. Simple yet beautiful, Ming dynasty-inspired Chinese furniture holds a refined aesthetic making this a great minimalist option for a center table or even a bench.

Additional Dimensions:
Table Apron to Floor: 15"H

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